All residents of Riverdale are advised that a heavy snowfall is expected this weekend and to take appropriate action to allow road cleaning and maintenance crews full access to the City’s streets and other public infrastructure.
(Updated 01/06/20) – The agenda for the special meeting of the Riverdale City Council set for Tuesday, January 7, 2020 7:00 pm has been modified to include the public hearing and consideration of a second item concerning the Woods Estates of Riverdale project.
A meeting to set goals for the City of Riverdale and to discuss process has been set for Sunday, January 5, 2020 at 2pm in Council Chambers at City Hall.
Drivers who use the I-74 bridge will see traffic patterns change once again in the coming months to allow construction of the new bridge to proceed without major delays.
A public hearing of the City Council is scheduled for Tuesday, January 7 at 7:00 pm to take public input on the Phase 1 plat for the Woods Estates of Riverdale subdivision.
Beware of scam text messages being sent to people in the Quad Cities telling them they’ve won a Walmart gift card worth $1,000.
In an update received from developer Seth Woods today, it appears the new stoplights at the Arconic main entrance will be operational by the close of business on January 7th.
The city of Riverdale’s Planning & Zoning Commission recommended approval of the final plat for Phase 1 of the Woods Estates of Riverdale subdivision following a public hearing on Wednesday, December 18th.
Flags around Riverdale were flying at half-staff today in honor of University of Iowa coaching legend, Hayden Fry, who passed away yesterday, December 17, 2019.
(Update: 12-18-19) We’ve added even more pictures from Riverdale’s first Holiday Celebration. Including more pictures with kids and the “Jolly Old Elf” himself.
A lightly attended public information meeting regarding the future of the City’s parks still managed to come up with a few great suggestions in advance of the more formal process slated to start in January.
The US Census Bureau has raised its pay rates for people helping administer the 2020 Census in the Quad City area. Hourly rates in Scott County have gone up to $21/hour.